Chaos Code Trailer Uploaded to Sony’s Website

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

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Chaos Code

While there is still no official announcement on exactly when F K Digital‘s 2D fighting game Chaos Code will be released in North America, it looks like the day has to be coming up quick. The game’s trailer was uploaded to the Sony Entertainment Network website today. Its SEN page doesn’t list a price or a release date yet, but despite this lack of specific information, the appearance of a trailer and an official spot on PSN will still be exciting news for anyone who has been keeping their eye on this title since it was first ported to the PlayStation 3 in Asian territories last year.

The game boasts a quirky cast of characters (complete with an otaku, a gothic lolita, and an Italian-Chinese chef) and a skill select system that allows players to customize their characters’ abilities before going into a fight.

This marks the first time that Chaos Code will be available for players in the West. As of this writing, an official English teaser website for the game has gone live. Keep an eye out here on oprainfall for news of an official announcement from Sony.

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